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Potted Potter: The Unauthorised Harry Experience

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About the Show Less...

A theatrical parody of JK Rowling's uber-popular series of Harry Potter books which crams all seven books into one fast and furious show. Read More >

Potted Potter, Dan and Jeff’s popular parody of JK Rowling’s famous Harry Potter novels, returns to Trafalgar Studios this Christmas.

In just 70 minutes, Dan and Jeff race their way through the books, introducing all your favourite characters in one fun packed, fast and furious show, which includes a game of Quidditch with the audience and a magic contest between Harry and Voldemort.

Dan and Jeff hit on the Potted Potter concept when they were asked to create a five-minute performance for a bookshop to launch the sixth book in 2005. This soon led to the show featuring on TV’s Richard And Judy and Blue Peter. They created an hour-long version of the show for the Edinburgh Festival in 2006, returning there for two successive years. The show played at Trafalgar Studios last Christmas and now returns for the final time to London.

Recommended for muggles over the age of six.

For more information on Potted Potter, see our First Night Feature.



Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 01/12/2008

Opening Night: 03/12/2008

Closing Night: 03/01/2009

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Cast & Creative


Daniel Clarkson, Jefferson Turner


Director - Dominic Knutton, Richard Hurst

Producer - James Seabright for Potted Productions

Designer - Brian Hanlon, Hannah Broadway

About Trafalgar Studios 2

14 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY

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